Monday, July 18, 2011

A Man and a Woman


Sounds like a French film! 
I had fun making these two cards.
For a Man

I love making cards for men! I have several images printed up, so I'll be doing more over the next week.

Images: Tractor from Just Inklined at La Pashe, Digital sentiment

Tools: Copics, Prismacolor pencil, White gel pen, Cuttlebug with Nestie ovals, and Embossing folder, SU! oval punch, Glue dots, Tacky tape

Papers: SU! Real Red, Going Gray, Neenah smooth white

Embellishments: Buttons, Gingham ribbon, Stitched red ribbon


For a Woman

Inside says, " Maybe I shouldn't have mentioned your birthday!" 

 Images: Lizzy in a Tizzy (also available as an AA) from Mo's Digital Pencil, Sentiment made using JustRite Stamps

Tools: Copics, SU! Oval Punches, Cuttlebug with Marianne Swirl die, Martha Stewart Zig-Zag border punch

Papers: SU! Soft Sky, Cool Caribbean, Not quite Navy, and Bayou Blue, Neenah smooth white, Basic Grey Pyrus DP

Embellishments, Grosgrain ribbon, Brads, Prima flowers


2 comments:

Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Lovely creations dear.

Tidbits Trinkets said...

I really love the card for a woman, and yes, the title DOES sound like it ought to be a French film. One of those strange soft-focus romance ones. *laugh*

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Come back for more images anytime!

-Bekka
Tidbits Trinkets